Kraken Announces a List of New Developments regarding Mt Gox, DAO and Namecoin

Kraken Announces a List of New Developments regarding Mt Gox, DAO and Namecoin

Kraken has announced some of the major changes in the Cryptocurrency industry, including an update on Mt Gox investigation, Namecoin, and support for DAO. It is good news for the victims of Mt Gox collapse as they might be seeing their long-lost bitcoins once again. Kraken, one of the leading bitcoin exchanges has recently announced that it will be distributing bitcoin to many of those who had lost their digital currency holdings during the Mt Gox collapse. The company had announced the news few days ago in a press release. While the platform has not specified any dates for the....


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